The Cumbrian Centre for Health and Technologies (CaCHeT) has developed two new modules for nurses and allied health professionals, which focus on the use of digital technology in health and social care.
The training provides an overview of digital solutions and technologies, aiming to enable health professionals to manage interventions supporting long term conditions, to understand issues around patient self-management, ethical considerations, changes to the patient-professional relationship, and to provide an understanding of how to design and deploy a digital service. Modules can be taken individually, as part of a CPD programme, or within a programme of full time study.
Digital Health and Social Care: Use of Technology in Health and Social Care
These modules aim to give you an in-depth understanding of how technology can be used to support health and/or social care outcomes and explain the principles of how to design and implement digital technologies in practice.
Digital Health and Social Care: Work-based Project
To support and mentor students through the implementation of a digital health & social care within their practice, including integration with current systems and the development of an evaluation strategy.
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